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Oceania allowed small quota of athletes at 2022 Asian Games

SBS Thursday, 21 September 2017
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A small contingent of athletes from Oceania nations will be allowed to compete at the 2022 Asian Games in China so long as their qualification paths for the 2024 Paris Olympics go through Asia, the Australian Olympic Committee said on Thursday.
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